Logan stood just far enough away that Rachel couldn’t see him. From the first moment they spoke he knew that she was it; she was the one. He held the digital camera to his eye and zoomed it in tight.
She walked to her car and tucked hair behind her ear. Then smiled.
She walked around to the front of the car. She found it…..now.
She lifted the rose and held it.
She looked around the parking lot and the wind blew a few wisps of hair across her face.
“A beautiful rose for a beautiful woman.” He said. She is perfect.
You are reading A Face in the Shadow by Tiffany Colter.
Tiffany is a writer, speaker and writing career coach. She is a frequent contributor to print and online publications in addition to her regular marketing blog at www.WritingCareerCoach.com
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